Do you love travelling? But want to skip all those crowds out there? Then we’ve got the perfect places for you to check out.
With everyone jetting to those Instagrammable places by the plane full, you should be looking for some of the most remote places on earth to travel to instead. Offering serine views and a restful tranquility all around, you’ll be able to unwind while getting those Instagram snaps without everyone else hogging your space at these remote destinations.
These destinations offer you the chance to truly recharge, and if you’re looking for a way to do this from the moment you leave home, then a private jet hire plane is the ideal way to kick start your holiday before you even leave the ground.
So, without delaying any further, here are our top remote travel destinations you need to visit.
Faroe Islands, Denmark
If you’re living in the UK and want a quick getaway, but don’t want to stay at home, then Denmark is only a short distance from Scotland.
Filled with stunning rural landscapes, this place is steeped in Nordic heritage just waiting for you to explore. Although a popular country, this is quite far from the city centres which are bursting with tourists. Make sure you check out the glorious wildlife, which won’t be hard to miss, as there are more sheep, cows, seals, whales and puffins than local residents here.
A true far away land dripping in beauty, it’s little wonder that this has been nicknamed ‘The Emerald Isle of the Caribbean’.
Extremely remote, and covered with stunning scenery for you to explore, this was once a popular playground for the rock stars if the 1970s, from Paul McCartney and Elton John, to Lou Reed and Michael Jackson. However, following a volcanic eruption in 1997 this stunning land of forests and beaches is barely touched by tourists, making it the perfect secret escape.
Gili Trawangan, Indonesia
Crystal clear waters and peaceful surroundings await you in this destination just a short distance from the ever-popular Bali.
If you’ve been put off visiting Bali due to the huge swathes of tourists, then the white sand beaches and fringed palm trees, coupled with that previously mentioned water is just what you’ve been dreaming off. Ideal if you just want to chill, you’ll be happy knowing this place has no cars, motorcycles or dogs, so the only sounds you’ll hear are the lapping waves on the sand.
If beaches aren’t your thing, then run away to the fresh forest air of Vermont. Filled with stunning pine tree forests and colonial buildings you’ll be able to slip into a laid-back way of life you might not be able to leave behind.
Make sure you take the time to look out for the roaming deer at this remote destination and explore the farmers markets for some absolute delights you’ll want to eat forever.